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The Gravy Train
The tragic life and enduring legacy of Toronto's crack-smoking mayor
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4.3 stars from 406 ratings
Real Rob
Ford didn't just talk about minority issues at a podium, he engaged them, befriended them, bought sports equipment for them. Uniforms, cleats. He coached them. Loved them. And yes-gasp- he partied with them. Even had pictures taken of it. You may have seen them. Such a horrible human being.
Dave K in Niagara via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/18/19
Hearing it again with insight
An important retelling of the dangerous train wreak that was Rob Ford. Toronto’s four lost years is humbling.
Malburr via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/18/19
Great Content
Who said Canadian politics/history was boring? What an interesting period of time - this podcast provides an excellent in-depth examination into the political career of Rob Ford. Thoughtful and with a great array of contributors. Room to improve on being more linear. Sometimes an episode will...Read full review »
Peter20274 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/17/19
Recent Episodes
After months of absences and whispers and rumours, all of Mayor Rob Ford’s private life started to go public. It began with one story, which led to more, and more. The mayor’s response was denial—and to paint the media as the enemy and attack them by name. There’s a reason this strategy has...
Published 11/14/19
As Rob Ford began his term as mayor by ending taxes and cancelling transit plans, his colleagues on city council and the reporters who covered them were starting to gossip. As his first weeks turned to months, Ford was around less and less, and people were starting to wonder: What was going on...
Published 11/07/19
Episode 2: Rob Ford’s colleagues laughed off his campaign for mayor. They shouldn’t have. They assumed the numerous scandals he’d already suffered through, and the fresh ones that would dominate his campaign, would crush his chances. They shouldn’t have. They ran traditional campaigns and counted...
Published 10/31/19
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